Post-it found! the low-tech side of eLearning 3.0 ;-)
Greetings fellow three-point-oh'ers(or is it just fellow eLearners?)This past week in eLearning 3.0 (Week 2, aka 'the cloud'). This week's guest was Tony Hirsch, and what was discussed was the cloud, and specifically Docker. Before I get into my (riveting) thoughts on the cloud, let me go back to Week 0 (two weeks ago) and reflect a little on the thoughts I jotted down on my retrieved post-it
Sat, Nov 14 2015 10:24 | EDDE803, gamification, gaming, instructionalDesign, Management, MBA, motivation, MSIT, simulation
One of the presentations this week in EDDE 803 was from a fellow classmate that talked a bit about simulations. In the ensuing discussion I was reminded of a course I took as part of my MBA which used simulations. I thought that this would be a worthwhile post for here (as well as class) - at the very least it's one chronicle of my learning journey prior to the EdD.Queue flashback visuals
Sat, Dec 3 2011 10:40 | #change11, education, gamification, instructionalDesign, learning, Management, MBA, MSIT, simulation, SloanC
Life and Death ScreenshotThis week is gaming and simulation week (if you haven't guessed from the posts that I've been posting and responding to) on Change11 with guest Clark Aldrich. As usual, I've skipped the live session since there is more than enough content on the blogs and what's been provided by the guest facilitators. The reading matter for this week is a short book by Clark titled Designing
Gamification, simulation, empowerment, motivation, difficulty :: Level Up!
The other day, while I was on the train and on my way home I was reading the most recent Change11 blog posts. I was going to comment on each one of these blog posts individually, but I realized that there as a thread developing in each one that made them fit together pretty nicely.First, I read brainysmurf's "if you don't like messy learning don't play in the snow" post. Brainysmurf comments